Listening to Prophetic Voices that Inspire Us.

In this segment Walter Brueggemann, an Old Testament scholar and world-renown theologian, leads us to consider neighborly economics and a posture of solidarity.

Click here to listen to Rick Tobias, well-known and life-long advocate for the marginalized, speak to the issues of social justice and challenging us, as he believes Henri Nouwen would have, to move from fear to love in this time of uncertainty.  This audio podcast is from the Henri Nouwen Society’s ‘Now & Then’ series

Click here to listen to Indigenous leader, Cindy Blackstock speaking with Michael Enright on the final episode of the Sunday Edition – June 26, 2020.

Click here to read an article on Pete Seeger and listen to a 1995 interview with Seeger by Michael Enright.

The video is courtesy of Cardus and includes remarks by Anne Snyder, the new editor-in-chief of Comment, at Turning the Tide: Celebrating Comment and a New Era of Voices, held in Washington, DC on October 9, 2019

Racism is defining religious issue in campaign, Biden campaign says

Oct 1, 2020 By Christopher White  This article appears in the Election 2020 feature series. View the full series. One night after President Donald Trump refused to denounce white supremacists in the first presidential debate, former Vice President Joe Biden’s faith outreach team put the fight against racism in the spotlight, arguing that for people of faith, it should be the defining faith issue of the campaign. Fighting … Continue reading Racism is defining religious issue in campaign, Biden campaign says

N.T. Wright: “Racism, Christians & Leadership”

The following content is made available by ELO Network . The live Q&A session with NT Wright took place on Wednesday, June 24th, 2020.  “…Systemic racism, recently highlighted in police brutality in the case of George Floyd in Minnesota, has ignited massive protests in the US, Canada and around the world. Citizens are angered by chronic issues, anchored in racial divides, which are not resolved—and … Continue reading N.T. Wright: “Racism, Christians & Leadership”


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